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Section I: Landscape of Postsecondary Student Success
This section will examine the landscape of postsecondary student success. Topics covered will include the evolution of the student success movement and the future of student success.
Section II: Multiple Dimensions in Student Success
This section will examine the factors related to different outcomes for college students. The outcomes of interest include the cognitive, affective, psychological, and behavioral domains (Astin, 1993).
Section III: Success for Diverse Student Populations
This section will examine how students in different populations are affected by college. Topics covered will include success of students from a wide range of backgrounds.
Section IV: Success for Students in Different Contexts
This section will examine how students in different institutional contexts are affected by college. It will cover the impact of college based on the place where the student attended college.
Section V: Salient Issues in Student Success
This section will examine salient issues in postsecondary student success. Topics covered will include digital learning, basic needs, and social media and some emerging topics such as combined interventions and student success infrastructure.
Section VI: Methodological Considerations for the Study of Student Success
This section will cover measures, data, and research methods used in the study of student success. Chapters will also focus on business intelligence and analytics as well as developing an evidence base.
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